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Mary Kennedy 12h
Delighted to contribute to the February edition of where I detailed our journey to Maths Mastery with the scheme in . Article available below .
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Third Space Learning 15h
📢 Essential reading! 📢 We all talk about , but how confident are you that you know what it means and how to implement it? This blog from and inspired by has all your questions answered ➡
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Mary Kennedy Feb 17
Visitors interested in learning about Maths No Problem and how we teach it can find out at our Open Day on 16th March and register using the link below
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Team Propeller Feb 17
Happy ! If you can't solve this one then your reputation might be 'on the line'...
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Miss Roche Feb 13
These children have been following Old Mother Hubbard’s trail using ordinal numbers
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Aspire Academy Trust Feb 14
Successfully implementing in the school environment with Aspire Maths Lead Shelley Beckerleg.
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Team Propeller 14h
If you do one school-related thing this week, enter our competition to win up to £150 worth of Propeller resources for your school. Just fill out the quick form on the page below! 🤞
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BraunstoneCPS Feb 13
Ooh la la, Oak Class have been busy making The Super Special Secret Step Squad in Maths today and what an amazing job they did! We are currently mastering our understanding of the number 15
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Bassett House School Feb 10
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Team Propeller Feb 13
In 2019, 185+ schools signed up to take part in Propeller's FREE 1 month trial of the Rapid Recall Whiteboards. Sign-ups for the next trial close Feb 14th. Why not get your school involved?
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Miss Smith Feb 10
Thank you for this brilliant reasoning question. 4S had a small introduction to improper fractions before tackling this question. Their partner talk and realisation that the fractions were in fact the equivalent was fantastic.
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Chandlers Field Primary School Feb 14
Different types of journals to explain maths. Reece explained his thinking in excellent detail while Arav wanted to prove his theory with numbers. Wonderful mathematicians.
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@MrsMaths Feb 17
Made much better when the children are making solid improvements... it’s all worth it! 💙👍🏼🥰🌳
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@MrsMaths Feb 11
Enjoyed a planning session on fractions this morning where we carefully considered procedural variation with small steps. Can’t wait to teach it! 🌳💙
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Lydia Davison Feb 11
Watch to see this Year 5 child make finding of amounts look like a piece of 🍰! She quickly grasps that for every group of 5, she wants 3!
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Biggleswade Academy Feb 14
One more for this week: "5T have been working collaboratively to create abstract patterns out of tape then label the angles accurately. We checked our work by rotating around and checking the measurements of others."
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MISS_LO 11h
Replying to @Miss_Loteach
Is the counting on method best?
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Weston Green School Feb 11
Good to see the parents of Weston Green children working hard on their maths mastery this evening! Lots of challenge and support of methods being used to solve problems. Amazing support for our mastery approach to maths.
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Bassett House School Feb 13
Form 3 took advantage of this week’s sunshine to take their mathematical knowledge on a shopping trip - kerching! 🍍 📸 via
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Orangutans Class Feb 13
Nothing like a good maths challenge to sink your teeth into on a Thursdsy morning!
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